"Let's reduce plastic waste" online campaign launched

"Let's reduce plastic waste" online campaign launched

"Let's reduce plastic waste" is expected to gradually change the behaviour of consumers and retailers, encouraging them to limit the use of single-use plastic bags.
Suggestions to address draft power plan shortcomings

Suggestions to address draft power plan shortcomings

Independent scientific organisations and many development partners have made efforts to contribute to Vietnam’s development of renewable energy, while ceasing to develop new coal power plants.
Looming FiT deadline impels action

Looming FiT deadline impels action

Wind power projects currently under construction that have been affected by COVID-19 will likely receive a new feed-in tariff (FiT) rate instead of the current 8.5 US cents per kWh.
BayWa r.e. launches new services in Vietnam

BayWa r.e. launches new services in Vietnam

Global renewable energy developer, service provider, and distributor BayWa r.e. has added new services to its "on-the-ground" operation in Vietnam.
Asian issuers show global leadership to embrace sustainability agenda

Asian issuers show global leadership to embrace sustainability agenda

Asian issuers put great stock in environmental and social issues, putting them ahead of their global peers, according to a recent HSBC survey.
BIM Group to launch Vietnam’s largest salt & renewable energy economic zone

BIM Group to launch Vietnam’s largest salt & renewable energy economic zone

BIM Wind Farm started commercial operation in Ninh Thuan province on September 30. Developed by BIM Wind, a joint venture between BIM Group and AC Energy from Philippines, it is a final phase of the project that transformed the region into the largest sal
Saint-Gobain Vietnam’s office confirms coveted Green Construction LOTUS Gold

Saint-Gobain Vietnam’s office confirms coveted Green Construction LOTUS Gold

Via the LOTUS green construction certification, Saint-Gobain Vietnam reconfirms its commitment to developing innovative products and construction services.
Vietnam sees fastest rise in solar, wind power rate in national electricity structure in 2020: Research

Vietnam sees fastest rise in solar, wind power rate in national electricity structure in 2020: Research

The increase in the solar plus wind share of the electricity mix in Vietnam in 2020 was much faster than the pace seen in the Asia-Pacific region or the world as a whole, according to a research jointly implemented by the Australian National University, the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, the ASEAN Centre for Energy and the National Economics University of Vietnam.
Dak Nong to accelerate land clearance for wind power projects

Dak Nong to accelerate land clearance for wind power projects

Dak Nong People’s Committee has promised to thoroughly deal with bottlenecks in land clearance to unlock wind power project development.
Plastic as a valuable resource for Vietnam to tackle plastics pollution

Plastic as a valuable resource for Vietnam to tackle plastics pollution

A new IFC-World Bank analysis suggests used plastic could be a valuable resource for Vietnam to scale up recycling and other plastic circularity efforts.
Standard Chartered and Britcham webinar discusses carbon markets and net zero

Standard Chartered and Britcham webinar discusses carbon markets and net zero

Standard Chartered Vietnam and Britcham hosted a sustainability webinar on net zero, carbon markets, and their role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Unilever Vietnam strives toward implementation of UN SDGs

Unilever Vietnam strives toward implementation of UN SDGs

Unilever Vietnam has conducted several sustainable development projects throughout the past 25 years. This not only proves the company’s commitment of “making sustainable living commonplace” to millions of Vietnamese but also contributes to implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Vietnamese youth believe they can lead the way to a more sustainable future

Vietnamese youth believe they can lead the way to a more sustainable future

Young Vietnamese are not only willing to drastically change their lifestyle, they also see themselves as leaders towards a more sustainable future.
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